Raul Jimenez returned to Wolves’ coaching floor for the primary time since his sickening conflict of heads with Arsenal defender David Luiz.
The 29-year-old sustained a fractured cranium in a horror collision with Luiz in Wolves’ victory over the Gunners final month and underwent surgical procedure.
The Mexico worldwide was pictured embracing his boss Nuno Espirito Santo and his teammates on the Sir Jack Hayward Coaching Floor on Thursday.
Earlier this week, an announcement on Wolves’ Twitter feed learn: “Some excellent news from over the weekend… Raul Jimenez has been discharged from hospital and is now resting at residence together with his household.”
Talking about Jimenez final week, Wolves boss Nuno expressed his confidence that the Mexican will be capable to resume his profession.
“I’m constructive he’s going to come back again,” mentioned Nuno. “He’s going to come back again. What the medical workforce did was wonderful – each groups, Arsenal’s and ours. This is the reason we belief them and we thank them a lot.
“That is what the physician insists to me – first days are essential. He was very well taken care of on the pitch and through the journey within the ambulance.
“There was not even a second when he was not being given oxygen so that is what determines the subsequent steps to take.
“Now he’s recovering. Now our actual concern is that he recovers completely. After that we are going to have time.”
Jimenez posted a message on Twitter a day after sustaining the damage, saying: “Thanks in your help messages. I will likely be beneath statement and I hope to return to the pitch quickly.”
Wolves are again in motion in opposition to Aston Villa this weekend at 12.30pm – a match you’ll be able to observe LIVE on talkSPORT.